Pakistan on Thursday said that any effort to establish dedicated townships to change the demography of Jammu and Kashmir would be in violation of UN resolutions.
Pakistan on Wednesday expressed grief over loss of lives and damage to property in floods in Kashmir and offered all possible assistance to the people in the Valley.
Pakistan on Thursday said it expects India to conduct a "transparent" probe to ascertain the facts of the boat incident while highlighting that its own investigation has shown that there was "no sound evidence" to substantiate India's assertions.
The spokeswoman said there were various measures and steps through which this dispute is highlighted and "we remain engaged with the UN both in New York and in Geneva".
Pakistan today reacted sharply to Defence Minister Arun Jaitley's remarks that it should decide whether to talk to India or to separatist Kashmiri leaders, saying it does not accept "any conditionality" in the dialogue process.
Pakistan today welcomed External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid's remarks on finding new avenues to resolve bilateral problems, saying result-oriented talks are needed to settle outstanding issues like Kashmir
Described the meeting of the DGMOs of the two countries as a "positive step forward", Pakistan today said better relations with India is a top priority.